Simple lunch. Good conversation.
The What Matters to Me and Why program offers an enjoyable, unstructured lunch discussion with a member of the Dartmouth community. The individuals are welcome to speak about their passions, current work, life experiences, or any relevant subject.
The luncheons aim to generate discussion between students and faculty, promote student/faculty relations within the community, and open the doors of the Foundation to those who many not be familiar with its programs.
The forums take place on several Tuesdays throughout the regular school year, at noon, in the Tucker Foundation Living Room. A simple lunch of soup, bread, and salad is served.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.